Sizzling Cutie: Chelsea Hayes


The most genial actresses are dazzling up TV land and this week, the gorgeous Chelsea Hayes gives us plenty of reasons to be elated. She has a recurring role as Liz in “Complications”, the love interest of a dynamic doctor and their intricate relationship is reflective of the drama that unfolds in the show.

Here’s Chelsea telling us more about her role on “Complications” as well as some of her recent and upcoming features:

I had a great time working with the cast and crew on Complications, and I can’t wait to see the finished product in 2015. I play “Liz” in several episodes, the live-in girlfriend of Jessica Szohr, or “Gretchen.” As you’ll see in the upcoming series, Gretchen faces many difficulties balancing her moral and professional choices, and relies on her girlfriend Liz to keep her in check as best she can. Liz and I have a lot in common–we both hold our personal relationships to a very high standard, and appreciate when our friends and parters reciprocate the same level of respect and trust we are willing to bring to a relationship. I thoroughly enjoyed working on this project and with the actors involved to create what I hope will be a interesting and relatable relationship between mine and Jessica’s characters. I am so grateful and lucky to have been able to work with this crew as a whole.

Previous to my work on Complications you may have caught me in Dennis Iliadis’s film Plus One as “Tracey,” or as a “Kiss Ass Exec” in Lets Be Cops. I’ll also be appearing in “The 5th Wave” in 2015, and can’t wait to see what else in store in the coming year.

She is definitely a delight for both genders I reckon, her winsomeness as Liz on “Complications” will be endearingly looked upon. If there’s an upcoming talent who is easy on the eyes it would be the sparkling Chelsea. Seeing how she will be alongside Chloë Grace Moretz in the alien invasion thriller “The 5th Wave”, Chelsea is heading for adore-worthiness soon enough.

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